Learn about this cultural boom in African American history
The Harlem Renaissance was a golden age of African American culture that took place during the early 20th century. It had a lasting impact both at home and overseas and set the stage for the Civil Rights Movement of the 50s and 60s in the United States.
This cultural boom was fuelled by Black pride; Black artists’ determination to have authority over how the Black American experience was portrayed; and the belief that Black literature, Black art, Black theater, and Black music were forms of activism that promoted progressive politics and integration. Names often linked to this movement include Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, W. E. B. Du Bois, Josephine Baker, and Louis Armstrong.
Excellent, Ana! All applied theory from the hand of a well refined technique. To add fluidity and texture to your work, I would try using the moisture in the paper to incorporate color in varying consistencies so that they blend into one another. Congratulations and continue growing in this world of watercolor. Hug
Thank you very much, Gonzalo!
The quarantine made me recover my watercolors from my student days and I began with Doméstika's courses. I have loved the clear and concise way in which you have transmitted the basic concepts and I am left with learning the "unification of form". It is true that I forget to use the sprayer and in the end the colors are very rigid ..., I'll continue at it ...
Thanks a thousand !!!!